Belmont Stakes & Triple Crown Past Postings

Jun 7th 2014 01:42 am |

There is no better day in racing than Belmont Stakes day with the Triple Crown trophy in the house at Belmont Park. California Chrome will run to become number twelve and I will be among the expected 100,000 plus fans at Belmont trying to root him home on Saturday. It’s going to be a great and, hopefully, memorable day of racing in New York.

I had the opportunity to write two pieces for CBS Local about the big race. You can read them here:

Belmont Stakes: California Chrome Runs for Racing History

How I’d Bet $100 on the Belmont Stakes

If you are looking for additional reading material as we countdown to 6:50 p.m. post time, here are some Triple Crown related articles I have published over the years:

Will we ever see another Triple Crown winner?

H.G. Bedwell: First Triple Crown trainer and a cheater

What they said about Gallant Fox, 1930

Whirlaway’s Kentucky Derby, 1941

The Belair Stable Museum and Maryland Racing

Belmont Stakes, 2008  [The last Triple Crown try…]

And, if you missed the last two articles that I published at Colin’s Ghost…

The Triple Crown “Great Ones,” 1919-1948

Book Review – Duel for the Crown: Affirmed, Alydar, and Racing’s Greatest Rivalry

Thanks for reading! Good Luck and Go Chrome!

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One Response to “Belmont Stakes & Triple Crown Past Postings”

  1. Gail Gimbernat Wynns says:

    My Grandfather was John Sloan. I love reading about his architecture. My mother Ruth Sloan Gimbernat loved the races! Any articles you may have about my Grandfather would be greatly appreciated! Many Thanks.

    Gail Wynns